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Multi Module Gradle project with Java Spring Framework

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Hello everybody!

I am relatively new to the Spring framework and Gradle, and I am currently working on a multi module project. I'm having an issue with my Run Configuration. I feel it may stem from my build.gradle files being incorrect. I am seeing two run configurations, TripdatApplication and TripdatApplication(1) [devtools]. tripdat is just the name of my project. The run config TripdatApplication is not working and it is linked to my TripdatApplication class, where my @SpringBootApplication annotation is at. I have my project on github here:

I would really appreciate it if someone could look it over (Maybe checking the build.gradle files for each project and my config folder in my web module.) If there is anything I can provide that will clarify my question or anything please let me know!

Thank you so much for your time!

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